Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and club chief executive Ed Woodward have been advised to make two more signings before the transfer window ends on Thursday.
The Red Devils officials were advised by former Chelsea shot stopper Shaka Hislop.
The footballer turned pundit spoke about Manchester United while he was doing his punditry job on popular media channel ESPN.
According to him, Manchester United need to sign two players before the Premier League transfer deadline by 5pm on Thursday.
Shaka Hislop pointed out that Manchester United need another centre back despite the recent arrival of Harry Maguire from Leicester City in a club-record deal.
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The former Premier League goalkeeper revealed that Victor Lindelof is not a very good centre back partner for Maguire.
Shaka Hislop also said that the Red Devils need to strengthen their squad in the centre forward position.
According to the former goalkeeper, Manchester United have limited options in the centre forward positions and that they have to bolster their squad before Thursday’s deadline.
Manchester United have signed three players this summer.
The Red Devils have three additions to their squad namely England junior international Aaron Wan-Bissaka, English centre back Harry Maguire and Welsh international player Daniel James.